GST Filling

The GST Network will collect information from all GST registered suppliers and consumers, integrate it, and retain records for future reference. Companies are required to file three monthly returns every three months, as well as one annual return each fiscal year (37 returns in total). GSTN has created a simple excel-based template to assist businesses in filing returns more efficiently.

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  • Businesses registered under GST must file returns on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis, depending on the kind of company, via the Government of India’s GST portal. They must submit information on the sales and acquisitions of products and services, as well as the tax collected and paid.

  • The implementation of a comprehensive Income Tax system in India, such as GST, would guarantee that taxpayer services like registration, returns, and compliance are clear and simple. Individual taxpayers will file their GST returns using four forms: the return for supply, the return for purchases, monthly returns, and the yearly return. Small taxpayers who have chosen a composition plan must file quarterly returns.

  • The Goods and Services Tax Network will collect information from all GST registered suppliers and customers, integrate it, and save records for future reference. Companies must file three monthly returns every three months and one annual return each fiscal year (37 returns in total). GSTN has released a simple excel-based template

  • that makes it easy for the firm to file returns.

  • This document is available and can be downloaded from the GST common portal. This template may be used by taxpayers to collect invoice data on a regular basis. On or before the due date, details of inward and outbound supply can be posted to the GST portal. Offline data preparation is possible.

A higher registration threshold

Previously, every firm with a turnover of more than Rs 5 lakh (in most states) was required to pay VAT. Please keep in mind that this restriction varies by state. Service providers with a turnover of less than Rs 10 lakh are also exempt from paying service tax. However, under the GST system, this ceiling has been raised to Rs 20 lakh, exempting many small retailers and service providers.

Simple and straightforward online method

The whole GST procedure (from registration to submitting returns) is completed online and is quite straightforward. This has benefited start-ups in particular since they no longer have to go from pillar to post in order to obtain various registrations such as VAT, excise, and service tax.

Scheme of composition for small firms

Small firms (with a turnover of Rs 20 to 75 lakh) can profit from GST since it allows them to cut their taxes under the Composition plan. This change has reduced the tax and regulatory load for many small enterprises.

E-commerce operators are given a specific treatment.

Providing products through the e-commerce industry was not defined prior to the GST regime. It had varying VAT legislation. Consider the following example: Online sellers (such as Flipkart and Amazon) shipping to Uttar Pradesh were obliged to file a VAT declaration and furnish the registration number of the delivery truck. If suitable documentation is not given, tax inspectors may take items. Again, governments like Kerala, Rajasthan, and West Bengal saw these e-commerce
companies as facilitators or intermediates and did not need them to register for VAT

Logistics efficiency has been improved.

Previously, the Indian logistics business had to maintain many warehouses across states in order to dodge the present CST and state entrance charges on interstate transit. These warehouses were compelled to run below capacity, resulting in higher operational expenses. However, under the GST, these restrictions on interstate commodity movement have been lifted. As a result of GST, warehouse operators and e-commerce aggregators have expressed interest in locating their warehouses in key areas such as Nagpur (India’s zero-mile city), rather than every other city on their delivery route.


  • If you do not file your GST returns on time, you will be charged interest and a late fee. The yearly interest rate is 18.5%. The time period will begin the day after filing and end on the day of payment. Only after submitting GST returns may one claim Input Tax Credit and produce e-way invoices.

  • The Government of India intends to create a compliance evaluation system that would record each GST registrant’s scores. In actuality, one of the key elements utilized to create such a grade is timely GST return submission. Obviously, timely and accurate GST Return filing assists a taxpayer much when applying for a loan from a bank or financial organization.

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Can the provider make changes to documents that have been left pending by recipients?+

 Suppliers can only make changes to documents if the recipient has rejected them, not if they have been kept pending. 

Can the taxpayer modify the timeframe for submitting returns?+

 Yes, the taxpayer can modify the filing period once. This may only be done after the first return of the fiscal year is filed.

What should be the minimum turnover for GST filing?+

 A corporation must register for the Goods and Services Tax if its total income in a fiscal year exceeds Rs 20 lakhs. For special category status in the North Eastern and hilly areas, the cap is set at Rs 10 lakhs.

Is filling GST compulsory?+

 GST requires the filing of returns. Even if there is no transaction, you must file a Nil return. There are a few things to keep in mind: You cannot file a return if the prior month/return quarter was not filed.

What I the eligibility to file GST?+

 Any taxpayer may demand a refund of any tax, interest, penalty, fees, or other sum paid by completing an application in FORM GST RFD-01 through the GST Common Portal or a GST Facilitation Centre.

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